NFL 2017: DirecTV Sunday Ticket channels for Week 3

DirecTV Sunday Ticket channels for NFL Week 3 so you can find the games you want to watch on Sunday.

As if we’re any bit surprised, we’ve been able to watch some incredible football games throughout the first two weeks of the NFL regular season. While there are certain teams we expected to be undefeated at this point, there have been some major upsets that are paving the way towards a crazy finish in 2017. That being said, it’s just getting started.

Heading into Week 3, there are numerous teams that need to come out with a victory to keep their playoff hopes alive. Even though only two games have been played thus far, it’s historically tough to recover from falling into an 0-3 hole. Needless to say, losing three-straight to start the year never bodes well for anyone.

However, there are so many exciting games happening this weekend, regardless of records. With a plethora of divisional games on the slate for Sunday, there will surely be some major upsets and fourth-quarter comebacks. Therefore, you need to know what games are on which channel, so you won’t miss any of the action.

Here’s a look at the DirecTV Sunday Ticket channels for Week 3:

1:00 p.m. ET

Pittsburgh Steelers @ Chicago Bears – Channel 705

Denver Broncos @ Buffalo Bills – Channel 706

Houston Texans @ New England Patriots – Channel 707

Miami Dolphins @ New York Jets – Channel 708

Cleveland Browns @ Indianapolis Colts – Channel 709

New York Giants @ Philadelphia Eagles – Channel 710

Atlanta Falcons @ Detroit Lions – Channel 711

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Minnesota Vikings – Channel 712

New Orleans Saints @ Carolina Panthers – Channel 713

4:05 p.m. ET

Seattle Seahawks @ Tennessee Titans – Channel 714

4:25 p.m. ET

Cincinnati Bengals @ Green Bay Packers – Channel 715

Kansas City Chiefs @ Los Angeles Chargers – Channel 716

8:30 p.m. ET

Oakland Raiders @ Washington Redskins – NBC (Check Local Listings)

Unlike the previous two weeks, there are a ton of games being played early in the afternoon. With three divisional match-ups, one meeting between two undefeated teams and Jameis Winston meeting up to play former Florida State Seminoles teammate Dalvin Cook – you really can’t go wrong choosing to watch any of these great games.

Be sure and clear your schedule for all of Sunday afternoon, because you don’t want to miss any of the games being played on Sunday afternoon.